Cultural Competency Conference

4th Annual Cultural Competency Conference - Friday, May 12-13, 2023 -

About the Conference

The goal of the Cultural Competency Conference (CCC) is to support current and future practitioners by providing an event where they have the opportunity to gain a larger foundation within cultural competencies and humility.  The conference is centered around presenters who are knowledgeable and/or immersed in different cultural communities sharing their experiences, insights, research and wisdom.
The CCC is hosted by MSP’s Student Engagement team with representatives from the Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Alliance (IDEA) and the Psi Chi Chapter at MSP. Students, psychologists, and members of the public are invited to attend.
Previous presentations have included a wide variety of topics, such as: “Building Competency: Considerations When Working with Arab Americans & Muslim Americans;” “Exploring Cultural Competency with an Invisible Orientation: Asexuality;” “Latina/o/x Psychology, Cultural Resilience, & Working with [email protected] in Therapy;” “Counseling Jewish American in the Age of the Alt-Right;” and “Neurodiversity: From Deficit to Celebrated Difference.”

Conference Structure

This year’s conference will be hybrid. Participants may choose between online or in-person attendance. The conference consists of multiple concurrent rounds of presentations in the afternoon followed the keynote speaker. Presentations are 50-100 minutes long.

Call For Proposals

Students, faculty, psychologists, and community members are invited to submit proposals to present at the conference. Call for proposals is closed. 


Registration will open in late March 2023

Contact [email protected] if you have any questions about the conference.


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